|The potato beds, with the 2nd earlies (on left) looking more advanced than the 1st earlies.|
|On the right, gone-to-seed land cress, climbing beans (French and runner) hardly showing, |
but mange tout peas off to a good start. Broad beans, slower than usual in the middle. The green on the path is the pulled-up green manure for composting.
|Garlic onions and shallots on the right. Brassicas on the left, where I had left mustard to grow with them, which I had just started clearing back. The mustard had protected the young brassicas well.|
|Detail of young brassicas exposed after removal of mustard green manure.|
|Spring planted onions, spring greens and peas, all looking quite happy.|
|Spinach, parsnip, carrots and beetroot under the near net and more brassicas (Brussels sprouts and Tenderstem broccoli) under far net, with mustard green manure having been cleared from around them).|
|The cucumber plants, surviving rather than thriving after the cool spring. |
Sunflowers in 2 pots in the background. Lettuce leafed basil not exactly coming on by leaps and bounds.
|Tomato plants, marigolds and lettuce in the other greenhouse|
|The two upright-habit courgette plants looking quite happy in their pots, hardening off outside the greenhouse.|